Quickbooks for Government Contractors
Did you know that your Quickbooks could be an approved accounting system if set up and operated correctly? In this full day workshop/government accounting training, you will learn how to modify and operate Quickbooks to meet government contracting requirements and pass your DCAA accounting system review.
In Government contracting terms, your accounting system is much more than the software package. Thus, there is no “Government approved” accounting systems. The Government will review or audit the individual contractor’s accounting system based on defined criteria. If you can design your accounting system and policies and procedures to adhere to these criteria, your system will be approved. The entire course/government accounting training is designed around the presentation and explanation of these criteria. And then, the instructor demonstrates how to design Quickbooks to meet them. Feel free to bring your laptops with your Quickbooks software and a copy of your database to try your new found skills.
At This Government Accounting Training, You Will Learn:
- Discuss basic terminology associated with accounting systems for Government contracting;
- Explain requirements and criteria for accounting systems;
- Demonstrate the process of handling an accounting system audit by the Government;
- Identify the tools within QuickBooks used to adhere to these requirements and criteria; and
- Explain the methods for implementing or modifying Quickbooks
Cost: $300.00 (Subject to change)
Registrants can earn 6 CPE credits in Specialized Knowledge and Applicaiton
Prerequisite and/or advance Preparation: None
Who Should Attend:
Business owners and financial staff members responsible for the design and operation of the accounting system in a Government contracting environment
KDuncan & Company, LLC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website here.